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How communities are tackling the digital divide
Digital inclusion

How communities are tackling the digital divide

28 inspiring campaigns and campaigners to make you believe change can be won in 2023
campaign
Campaigning

28 inspiring campaigns and campaigners to make you believe change can be won in 2023

The council wants to demolish Aysen's home. She's staying until the bitter end
Aylesbury estate
Social housing

The council wants to demolish Aysen's home. She's staying until the bitter end

More than 8 million Ukrainian refugees have fled to Europe but only 1 in 3 have found work
Ukraine

More than 8 million Ukrainian refugees have fled to Europe but only 1 in 3 have found work

‘I’ve had two eviction notices while battling cancer’: How Cornwall’s renters are facing homelessness
Cornwall housing crisis is putting families at risk of homelessness
Homelessness

‘I’ve had two eviction notices while battling cancer’: How Cornwall’s renters are facing homelessness

What next for Carly Burd, the woman whose allotment sabotage became a story of hope?
Carly Burd standing in her allotment holding a shovel and smiling
Crowdfunding

What next for Carly Burd, the woman whose allotment sabotage became a story of hope?

How an asylum seeker channelled his rage at the immigration system and transformed it into a force for good
asylum seeker
Immigration

How an asylum seeker channelled his rage at the immigration system and transformed it into a force for good

Inside the chocolate factory run by young autistic people
Prince Edward, the Duke of Edinburgh, co-founder of Harry Specters Mona Shah, and employee Bruce Hall create a chocolate bar for the royal visit. Image: Harry Specters
Inclusive work

Inside the chocolate factory run by young autistic people

'We just want our homes not to hurt us': Disabled people trapped in temporary accommodation
disabled/ accessible home
Accessible housing

'We just want our homes not to hurt us': Disabled people trapped in temporary accommodation

How the UK prison system 'sets people up to fail'
prison
Prisons

How the UK prison system 'sets people up to fail'

Low confidence is stopping young people from working. Can Amazon and Barnardo's help?
An employee places a package into a distribution box at an Amazon.com Inc. fulfilment center in Kegworth, U.K., on Monday, Oct. 12, 2020.
recruitment

Low confidence is stopping young people from working. Can Amazon and Barnardo's help?

How two men outran the KGB to bring Tetris to the world
Tetris pair Pajitnov and Rogers
exclusive

How two men outran the KGB to bring Tetris to the world

Meet the woman with a 'radical' solution to water pollution
Lizzie Carr, founder of Planet Patrol, sitting on a paddle board
Water pollution

Meet the woman with a 'radical' solution to water pollution

'If we can fix it, we will': The Fixing Factory, where broken appliances get another chance
Dermot Jones at the Fixing Factory in Camden fixing a toaster and a lamp
The Fixing Factory

'If we can fix it, we will': The Fixing Factory, where broken appliances get another chance

Young disabled people are shut out from housing and forced to live with their parents
disabled people
Disability

Young disabled people are shut out from housing and forced to live with their parents

Migration ‘hits the headlines for all the wrong reasons’. What if a museum could fix that?
migration museum
Activism

Migration ‘hits the headlines for all the wrong reasons’. What if a museum could fix that?

These millionaires want to be taxed more. Here’s why
Dale Vince, Patriotic Millionaires
Activism

These millionaires want to be taxed more. Here’s why

From living in his car to winning Strictly – Hamza Yassin risked everything for mother nature
Hamza Yassin on a walk in Pollok Park
profile

From living in his car to winning Strictly – Hamza Yassin risked everything for mother nature

Mammals have a surprising secret history – forget everything you thought you knew
Illustration of rodent-like mammals
natural history

Mammals have a surprising secret history – forget everything you thought you knew

John McAvoy was one of Britain's most wanted criminals. Now he's an athlete changing the lives of vulnerable young people
John McAvoy/ young people
Sport

John McAvoy was one of Britain's most wanted criminals. Now he's an athlete changing the lives of vulnerable young people

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